Accutronics to launch Intelligent Power Vault at electronica 2012

20th September 2012
Posted By : ES Admin
Accutronics to launch Intelligent Power Vault at electronica 2012
Accutronics has today announced that it is set to launch the Intelligent Power Vault, a Lithium Ion multi-battery power system for medical and industrial applications at Electronica 2012 in Munich, Germany. The company can be found in hall B2 on stand 353 at the show, which runs from November 13-16.
Accutronics will also showcase its compact credit card sized batteries and the Inspired Energy battery range of standard smart batteries, chargers and accessories. Also on the stand will be examples of the specialist custom batteries and chargers that the company creates for OEMs in medical, defence and portable electronics markets.

Intelligent Power Vault is a new battery system that can be used to power medical and industrial devices when high energy density, reliability and functionality are critical requirements.

Available in configurations between 126Wh and 1.42kWh, each IPV draws power from multiple 63Wh or 89Wh VR420 Lithium-Ion smart batteries, which are inserted into the IPV's innovative racking system. DC power is available either as raw battery voltage or regulated to suit customer requirements.

The IPV also provides a wealth of vital battery data to its host equipment via its USB and serial interfaces - ensuring that data such as remaining runtime is reported accurately and efficiently.

Accutronics’ credit card sized batteries, come with an active electronic protection system that makes them resistant to over-charging, over-discharging and short-circuit. Meeting internationally recognised standards for safety and transportation. Both the IPV and the credit cards sized are exempt from Dangerous Goods shipping regulations, minimising the cost and complexity of freighting.

The Intelligent Power Vault VR420 and credit card batteries are examples of products that Accutronics have available as standard solutions. “This reduces the time and cost associated with development and regulatory testing meaning customers get their devices to market faster,” said Neil Oliver, Technical Marketing Manager.”

For customers who require a completely bespoke battery solution, Accutronics will be showcasing a wide range of batteries developed for some of the world’s leading device OEMs.

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